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HGM170/170HC

AUTO START MODULE

OPERATING MANUAL

SMARTGEN ELECTRONICS

History
Version
1.0

Date
2005-5-15

Content
Original release.

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HGM170/170HC AUTO START MODULE

DESCRIPTION
The HGM170 auto start module is an engine control module designed to control
the engine via a key switch and remote start signal or pushbuttons on the front
panel. The module is used to start and stop the engine and indicate fault
conditions, automatically shutting down the engine and indicating the engine
failure by LED, giving true, first-up fault annunciation.
The module is housed in an enclosed robust plastic case for front panel mounting.
Connections to the module are via plug and sockets.
The HGM170hc has a inbuilt LCD hours counter, which displays the number of
hours that the generator has run, to the nearest 1/10 hour.

SPECIFICATION
DC Supply
8 to 35V continuous.
Alternator Input Range
15 - 300VAC(+20%) RMS
Alternator Input Frequency
50 - 60 Hz at rated engine speed.
Over speed: nominal frequency +14% (+24% Overshoot)
Start Output
Relay 1A plant battery negative B- terminal
Fuel Output
Relay 1A plant battery negative B- terminal
Pre-heat Output
Relay 1A plant battery negative B- terminal
Stop Output
Relay 1A plant battery negative B- terminal
Four switch Inputs
Switch to negative.
Frequency select
Select 50Hz or 60Hz nominal
Fixed Settings
Crank Disconnect : Generator voltage 15VAC frequency 15Hz
Charge Failure Voltage: 3V
Remote start delay: 2seconds
Crank period: 5seconds
Crank rest: 10seconds
Safety delay: 10seconds
Remote stop delay: 10seconds
Hours counter
Maximum hour counts: 99999.9h
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Case Dimensions
84mm x 72mm x 35mm
Operating Temperature Range
-30 to +70C

ICON AND LED


: High temperature alarm LED
: Low oil pressure alarm LED
: Over speed alarm LED
: Charge Failure warn LED
: Common alarm LED

: LCD hour counter

OPERATION
Operation of the module is via a three position key switch mounted on the front
and AUTO(

panel with OFF(O), START

) positions. In the O position the

output are de-energized.


Manual Operation:
1. Select manual run

2. Depress pre-heat button for required length of time


3. Press START

to crank engine

Once the Start button is pressed and maintained, the engine fuel system is
energized. After 1s, the Crank output is then energized and the starter motor
operated, disengaging automatically when the engine fires or when the Start
button is released. The protection hold-off timer is then initiated.
Automatic Operation:
1. Select AUTO(
)
2. When Remote Start is active, the generator will automatic start.
Stop Operation:
Turn the key to OFF(O) or press

button for over 1second, the engine will stop.

The stop relay will energize for 30 second (maximum) or 5s(when the engine has
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stopped).
Operation of any of the following alarms (which are close on fault) will cause the
run output to de-energize:
. Low Oil Pressure
. High Engine Temperature
. Auxiliary Shutdown
. Over speed
This will remove the fuel supply from the engine and bring it to rest. Once activated
no further alarm conditions will be accepted. The alarm output and relevant LED
will remain active until the unit is reset by turning the switch to the O position.

OVER SPEED PROTECTION


Over speed protection is derived from the generator Hz output. The over frequency
circuit monitors the generator Hz output and will shut down the engine immediately
if a pre-set frequency level is exceeded. This trip level is 57Hz(50Hz nominal) or
68Hz (60Hz nominal).

CHARGE FAILURE WARNING


Charge Failure Warning is also provided by monitoring the WL terminal on the
charge alternator. This operates on a similar principal to the warning lamp fitted in
a motor vehicle, should the output fail the charge fail LED will illuminate. The
module will also provide the alternator excitation current via this connection.

TERMINAL DESCRIPTION
PIN
NO
1
2

DESCRIPTION
DC Plant supply input
(B-)
DC Plant supply input
(B+)

CABLE
SIZE

NOTES

1.0mm Connected to plant battery negative


1.0mm

Connected to plant battery positive


(Recommended Fuse 2A)
Used to operate the fuel solenoid
control relay.
Used to operate the cranking control
relay.
Used to operate the preheat control
relay.
Switch to negative on fault.
Must NOT be connected to plant
supply negative if not used.

Fuel relay output

0.5mm

Start relay output

0.5mm

Preheat relay output

0.5mm

Auxiliary shutdown input 0.5mm


Charge fail input/
1.0mm
excitation output
Low oil pressure switch
0.5mm Switch to negative on fault.
input

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PIN
NO
9
10
11
12
13
14

CABLE
SIZE

DESCRIPTION
High engine temperature
switch Input
Alternator input L
NC
Alternator input N
Stop relay output
Remote start input

NOTES

0.5mm Switch to negative on fault.


1.0mm 2A Fuse
1.0mm
0.5mm Used to operate the stop control relay.
0.5mm Switch to negative to start set.

CASE DIMENSIONS

TYPICAL CONNECTIONS

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